I wonder if the St. Kitts and Nevis government has considered importing fertile bobcats from the US and running an experiment on some fenced-in acreage.

While bobcats usually eat squirrels, they could also eat young monkeys. These 18 - 34 lb. wild cats are only a threat to humans when rabid, and of course these two islands are rabies-free. Russia's Ukrainian invasion has reminded us all that global food supplies can be unreliable, so it would be prudent for islands in particular to do more for their own food security.

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I think about how to create societies of sustainable, technological abundance. My book, A Celebration Society, offers one solution. It has been well received.

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Jonathan Kolber

Jonathan Kolber

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I think about how to create societies of sustainable, technological abundance. My book, A Celebration Society, offers one solution. It has been well received.